Integrity and White House = WMD and Iraq

Karl Rove may have been right when he gave his speech about the difference in how conservatives and liberals reacted to 9-11. After all, one would be hard pressed to find a liberal whose immediate reaction would be to "out" a CIA agent, proceed to hide behind the parsing of words for a period of two years, and watch reporters go to jail because they felt honor bound by "super-secret double chocolate nutty crunch topping" promises.

There is much more to be written about this and a micro and macro analysis of it will soon be posted. For now, consider Joshua Brown's (see credits and works below) view of "dignity" being brought back to the White House by the current Administration:

Joshua Brown is a man of many talents and we are honored to have his contributions to AmeriPundit. You can find some of his work online at Life During Wartime and Historians Against The War.

Briefly, for we cannot do him justice here, Joshua Brown is currently:

Executive Director, Center for Media and Learning/American Social History Project, The Graduate Center, The City University of New York.

Professor, Ph.D. Program in History, The Graduate Center, CUNY.

Professor, Certificate Program in Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, The Graduate Center, CUNY.

Co-director, New Media Lab, The Graduate Center, CUNY.

His work in progress includes:

Principal investigator, Young America: Experiences of Youth in U.S. History, a Web site focusing on perspectives and experiences of children and youth to enhance the U.S. history survey (funded by NEH).

Co-principal investigator, The 911 Digital Archive, a Web site devoted to collecting and preserving the history of the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania and the public responses to them.

Other works, contributions, and recognition

He has appeared in various print publications, interactive/multimedia publications, has been a contributor to various exhibitions and performances, video, film, television and he has numerous art credits. His work has been recognized through an array of grants and awards.

His professional service includes serving on advisory boards, editorial boards, presenting papers, and participating in panels and presentations. International activities include being a 2004 Member of a delegation of the Association of American Publishers International Freedom to Publish Committee, Istanbul, Turkey. In his capacity, he interviewed publishers, journalists, writers, broadcasters, scholars, and human rights activists about censorship and free expression.

A complete listing of all his qualifications and accomplishments, along with links is available at his primary site.


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